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NCRC Scientist Helps Cabarrus High School Students Visit STEM Program

For Immediate Release        (Kannapolis, NC- Monday, October 20)- Tuesday, October 21, students from Northwest Cabarrus High School’s biotechnology academy will travel to the main campus of North Carolina Central University (NCCU) in Durham, NC to take part in BRITE Futures, a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program that gives students hands-on […]

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IRAK4 and breast cancer cell migration in culture and zebrafish xenografts

IRAK4 and breast cancer cell migration in culture and zebrafish xenografts AACR Annual Meeting 2014; April 5-9, 2014, K. Sean Kimbro, Karine Ferri-Lagneau, Jamil Haider, Susan Yeyeodu, Xiaohe Yang, and TinChung Leung North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC. Abstract Growing evidence indicates that incongruities in the inflammatory and immune response pathways contribute to tumorigenesis. We seek to explore the underlying biological mechanisms […]

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MUC1 enhances neuropilin-1 signaling in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma

MUC1 enhances neuropilin-1 signaling in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma AACR Annual Meeting 2014; April 5-9, 2014, Ru Zhou1, Jennifer Curry1, Priyanka Grover1, Lopamudra Das  Roy1, TinChung Leung2, and Pinku Mukherjee1 1University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC; 2Julius L. Chambers Biomedical Biotechnology Research Institute, North Carolina Central University, Kannapolis, NC. Abstract 26: MUC1 enhances neuropilin-1 signaling in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma Abstract Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDA) […]

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BRITE future for Kannapolis students

By Jennifer Woodford Link to original article in Business Today As a child, TinChung Leung, PhD, enjoyed raising fish. Today, he is a scientist with the NC Central University Nutrition Research Program at the NC Research Campus and an expert in the use of zebra fish as a model system for cancer and cardiovascular disease […]

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BRITE Futures for Kannapolis Students

Salisbury Post Dr. TinChung Leung, of the NC Central University Nutrition Research Program at the NC Research Campus, is usually focused on cancer, cardiovascular and blood research. This year, he is expanding his focus to make an investment in the future of middle and high school students in Kannapolis City Schools. He worked together with […]

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Investing in Bright Futures for Kannapolis Students

NCRC News February 13, 2014 TinChung Leung, PhD, of the NC Central University Nutrition Research Program at the NC Research Campus, is usually focused on cancer, cardiovascular and blood research. This year, he is expanding his focus to make an investment in the future of middle and high school students in Kannapolis City Schools (KCS). […]

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A Model Fish

Scientists with North Carolina Central University Nutrition Research Program and NCA&T’s Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies teamed up to study the bioactive compounds in ginger. They did it using a rather model fish called zebrafish. NC Central scientist TinChung Leung, PhD, uses the model fish for research into natural compounds that can help prevent […]

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NCCU and NCA&T Cancer Research on UNC-TV

UNC TV Researchers can’t test experimental cures for diseases and possible drug therapies on humans so they use the zebrafish for initial testing. That’s because the journey from egg to embryo is the same in zebrafish and humans. The image on the computer screen in the North Carolina Central University lab at the North Carolina […]

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Ginger Shogaols: Promising Preventation for Lung and Colon Cancer

North Carolina Research Campus Shengmin Sang, PhD, associate professor and lead scientist in functional food for NC A&T State University’s Center for Excellence in Post Harvest Technologies (CEPHT) at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis, has published four peer-reviewed articles this year that further the understanding of the chemopreventive potential of ginger. Sang’s most […]

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Collaborations Driving Ginger Research for Cancer, Anemia

Ginger is appreciated for its aromatic and tangy taste and is enjoyed the world over in everything from entrées to baked goods. Beyond the kitchen, the spice has been used for centuries to calm digestive upsets.  More recent studies have found that bioactive components in ginger have strong anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and anti-diabetic activities. At […]

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Collaborations Driving Ginger Research For Cancer, Anemia Treatments

Ginger is more commonly appreciated for its aromatic and tangy taste enjoyed the world over in everything from entrées to baked goods. Beyond the kitchen, the spice has been used for centuries to calm digestive upsets.  More recent studies have found that bioactive components in ginger have strong anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and anti-diabetic activities. At […]

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Collaborations Driving Ginger Research For Cancer, Anemia Treatments

Ginger is more commonly appreciated for its aromatic and tangy taste enjoyed the world over in everything from entrées to baked goods. Beyond the kitchen, the spice has been used for centuries to calm digestive upsets.  More recent studies have found that bioactive components in ginger have strong anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and anti-diabetic activities. At […]

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Ginger: A Potential Treatment for Anemia

Ginger is a spice recognized for its tangy flavor and its many health benefits. TinChung Leung, PhD, of NC Central University and Shengmin Sang, PhD, of NC A&T State University, both scientists at the NC Research Campus, have collaborated on a series of studies using a zebrafish model that found ginger may be a treatment […]

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An Old-Time Remedy With Modern Proof

by Ruth Kinzey, Refresh             Heading down the produce aisle, it’s common to see fresh ginger root. And while it is a spice frequently used in Indian, Korean, Japanese and Chinese cooking, recently released findings indicate modern science is continuing to learn about the medicinal benefits it offers. At the […]

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Ginger Could Treat Anemia

Tangy and aromatic, ginger is a spice used to flavor meats, vegetables and even baked goods. More than a culinary delight, ginger has been valued for thousands of years for its numerous health benefits. Ginger, which is the rhizome or underground stem of the plant Zingiber officinale, is recognized as a natural solution for digestive […]

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Researchers from NCCU, N.C. A&T Develop Anemia Treatment

NCCU News Scientists at North Carolina Central University and North Carolina A&T State University have discovered a promising use of ginger that may lead to the development of a treatment for anemia. Dr. TinChung Leung of NCCU and Dr. Shengemin Sang of N.C. A&T will present their findings April 3 at the annual meeting of […]

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NCRC Scientists Open A Window To Chinese Culture

Scientists at the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis formed the Cabarrus Chinese American Association and are hosting a Chinese New Year celebration on January 14, 2012 to raise money for their Chinese Language and Art School. In American culture, January is usually a quiet month to recover from the revelry of Thanksgiving, Christmas and […]

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Zebrafish model:worth considering indefining tumor angiogenesis

MoshalKS,Ferri-LagneauKF,LeungT. Zebrafish model:worth considering indefining tumor angiogenesis. Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine. 2010 May;20(4):114-9. Abstract The process of angiogenesis is essential for tumor progression and metastasis; however, antiangiogenesis therapy-induced hypoxia and inflammation are perhaps the driving force for tumor escape and metastasis formation, thereby compromising its efficacy. This warrants the complete understanding of the molecular and […]

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Theorphan G protein-coupled receptor 161is required for left–right patterning

TinChung Leung, Jasper E. Humbert, Anna M. Stauffer, Kathryn E. Giger, Hui Chen, Huai-Jen Tsai, Chuan Wang, Tooraj Mirshahi and Janet D. Robishaw. Theorphan G protein-coupled receptor 161is required for left–right patterning. DevelopmentBiology.2008 Nov 1;323(1):31-40. Epub 2008 Aug 7. Abstract Gpr161 (also known as RE2) is an orphan G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) that is expressed […]

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